From: Kenneth Whistler (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Sep 26 2002 - 20:37:54 EDT
> >A document would contain a sequence such as follows.
> >U+2604 U+0302 U+20E3 12001 U+2460 London U+2604 U+0302 U+20E2
> You could just as easily have used
> <S C="12001">London</S>
> <S C="12001" P1="London"/>
if one likes the ring of "comet circumflex" for one's tags.
> which are only slightly more verbose, but which follow a widely-implemented
namely, XML, which I think effectively gainsays William's earlier
> XML does not suit my specific need as far as I can tell.
And as far as the idea of having parameterized messages, with
translation catalogs, I would join the chorus inviting William
to investigate state of the art before attempting to invent
something that already exists in many forms.
Or, to further mangle Marco's musical metaphor, as you
"go round and around" on this topic, make sure that
you don't mix up the apples *for* the horses with the
horseapples *from* the horses.
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